Aged care providers will be able to keep using facial recognition technology that can identify pain until June next year, thanks to additional funding.
A Perth entrepreneur is rattling the tin for $500,00 to launch a ride-sharing app for pets.
A teacher has been stood down after allegedly allowing high school kids to watch a video of a violent suicide in her classroom — one day after schools had been warned about the sickening footage.
A friend of the man who livestreamed his death has hit out at Facebook for failing to act quickly, while parents are being urged to keep their teens away from the distressing footage.
Social media giants Facebook and TikTok have been labelled ‘grossly irresponsible’ for allowing video of a horrific suicide to stay online for more than a week.
One of Perth’s top private schools has issued a warning to parents over an extremely graphic video being shared on social media networks that shows a man taking his own life.
Australian businesswoman Vanessa Pappas has been charged with navigating TikTok through a political firestorm — the latest in a long line of women to experience the ‘glass cliff’.
WA businesses have proved app TikTok can be a powerful marketing tool, having garnered millions of views and likes on videos that showcase their products and services.
The Perth founders of the LITT app - which encourages users to “catch” live deals in augmented reality - say it has huge potential to breathe new life into bricks and mortar businesses.
Danielle Le Messurier
Perth’s 20-somethings are turning to the equivalent of Tinder for homebuyers as they attempt to enter a market they have long felt priced out of.
An unlikely Perth fitness duo have entered the tech scene after creating an “addictive” gaming app during the COVID-19 lockdown.
Three little words are all it takes to find your way anywhere in the world thanks to a new app that has mapped every 3sqm of the globe.
Tech experts are urging Australians to not just download but update the coronavirus contact tracing app to avoid a problem where it could be disabled.
Chris Hemsworth has copped his first bad review after users of his fitness app, Centr, have complained of being charged subscription fees despite cancelling their free trial.
Privacy amendments of “unprecedented strength” to protect Australians using the COVIDSafe app have passed through Parliament.
Anyone who misuses data from the Federal Government’s new COVIDSafe trace app will be facing five years jail and fines of $63,000 under new laws set to be introduced to parliament.
Chief nursing and midwifery officer Alison McMillan has urged more people to download the COVIDSafe app and for Australians with even the most minor symptoms to get tested for coronavirus
Amid all the heartbreak of the coronavirus crisis, one thing has shone through above all else. And it’s this precious gift that we need to bring with us into the brave new post-COVID world.
How will the Federal Government store my personal information from the COVIDSafe app? What information will it collect and how can it be deleted? Here’s everything you need to know.
The Federal Government has today released its COVID-19 tracing app, in an effort to slowly be able to ease social distancing measures in place. Here’s how it works.
Ronald Reagan once famously observed that the most frightening words in the English language were: “I’m from the government and I’m here to help.”
Mark RileySeven News Political Editor
We have all found ourselves with much more time on our hands during the COVID-19 lockdown, but these five apps can keep you and your family busy for hours.
The Telethon Kids Institute app aims to convert the latest scientific research about brain development in children under five into short and fun activities.
The new app enables a real time view of location, status and current duties of all on-duty police officers.
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